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Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 1 januari 1990 | Chrysalis\EMI Records (USA)

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 1 januari 1998 | Virgin Records

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 13 juli 1999 | Virgin Records

Considering that the only previous hip-hop hits collection to stretch two full CDs came from 2Pac (and that only after his death), Gang Starr's Full Clip is a surprising release, though it's incredibly welcome. The duo of DJ Premier and Guru has been one of the longest continuous acts on the rap scene, beginning with 1989's No More Mr. Nice Guy and a spot on the soundtrack to Spike Lee's 1990 film Mo' Better Blues. And as demonstrated by Premier's stunning productions on classic early tracks like "Who's Gonna Take the Weight," "Words I Manifest," and "Just to Get a Rep," Gang Starr hit its stride early, and just kept on hitting peak after peak during the '90s with "Speak Ya Clout," "Code of the Streets," "Tonz 'O' Gunz," and "You Know My Steez." And new tracks, usually the bane of any best-of collection, provide quite a few highlights here -- including "Full Clip," "Discipline" (featuring Total), and "All 4 Tha Ca$h." Also, the set compiles several notable B-sides -- "The ? Remainz," "Credit Is Due," and "You Know My Steez (Remix)" -- as well as soundtrack works like "1/2 & 1/2" (from Blade), "Gotta Get Over" (from Trespass), and "The Militia II (Remix)" (from Belly). Though Guru's monotone raps can grate over the course of two hours, Full Clip documents one of the best, most underrated hip-hop groups ever, from their jazzy beginnings into Premier's harder productions from the mid-'90s and beyond. © John Bush /TiVo
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Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 8 maart 1994 | Virgin Records

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 1 januari 1992 | Chrysalis\EMI Records (USA)

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 1 november 2019 | Gang Starr Enterprises LLC

Almost ten years after their MC died, Gang Starr have made a comeback with a “new” record. And it’s all thanks to Guru’s incredible creativity. He left behind a number of unused archive tracks which ended up in the hands of DJ Solar, an enigmatic character he was close to during his last few years while his relationship with his longtime partner DJ Premier diverged. The latter, together with Guru’s family, eventually bought about thirty tapes from Solar in 2014 and from 2017 onwards he set about building an album around these posthumous vocals. “I never lost faith, or waivered” said Premier in an interview with The New York Times. “I still felt it inside of me, it just happened to be nine years later after Guru’s death. I’m a patient guy.” And it was worth the wait. DJ Premier takes us back to the golden years of American hip-hop (the 90s) with boom bap productions and a star-studded lineup of featuring artists including J. Cole, Jeru The Damaja, M.O.P., Q-Tip, Royce Da 5’9” and Talib Kweli. Premier pickaxes away at the infinite supply of soul to reveal a wealth of samples, like on Lights Out with M.O.P. (which samples from The Temprees’ Dedicated To The One I Love, released on Stax) before launching into a mise en abyme by cutting out Guru’s vocals on Natural and Playtawin (from the 2003 album The Ownerz). The single Family and Loyalty - clearly a message for DJ Solar - samples the piano from He Looked Beyond My Faults by the gospel singer Larnelle Harris. A brilliant “real hip-hop” record and perhaps not the last from Gang Starr. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz
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Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 1 november 2019 | Gang Starr Enterprises LLC

Almost ten years after their MC died, Gang Starr have made a comeback with a “new” record. And it’s all thanks to Guru’s incredible creativity. He left behind a number of unused archive tracks which ended up in the hands of DJ Solar, an enigmatic character he was close to during his last few years while his relationship with his longtime partner DJ Premier diverged. The latter, together with Guru’s family, eventually bought about thirty tapes from Solar in 2014 and from 2017 onwards he set about building an album around these posthumous vocals. “I never lost faith, or waivered” said Premier in an interview with The New York Times. “I still felt it inside of me, it just happened to be nine years later after Guru’s death. I’m a patient guy.” And it was worth the wait. DJ Premier takes us back to the golden years of American hip-hop (the 90s) with boom bap productions and a star-studded lineup of featuring artists including J. Cole, Jeru The Damaja, M.O.P., Q-Tip, Royce Da 5’9” and Talib Kweli. Premier pickaxes away at the infinite supply of soul to reveal a wealth of samples, like on Lights Out with M.O.P. (which samples from The Temprees’ Dedicated To The One I Love, released on Stax) before launching into a mise en abyme by cutting out Guru’s vocals on Natural and Playtawin (from the 2003 album The Ownerz). The single Family and Loyalty - clearly a message for DJ Solar - samples the piano from He Looked Beyond My Faults by the gospel singer Larnelle Harris. A brilliant “real hip-hop” record and perhaps not the last from Gang Starr. © Smaël Bouaici/Qobuz
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Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 13 juli 1999 | Virgin Records

Considering that the only previous hip-hop hits collection to stretch two full CDs came from 2Pac (and that only after his death), Gang Starr's Full Clip is a surprising release, though it's incredibly welcome. The duo of DJ Premier and Guru has been one of the longest continuous acts on the rap scene, beginning with 1989's No More Mr. Nice Guy and a spot on the soundtrack to Spike Lee's 1990 film Mo' Better Blues. And as demonstrated by Premier's stunning productions on classic early tracks like "Who's Gonna Take the Weight," "Words I Manifest," and "Just to Get a Rep," Gang Starr hit its stride early, and just kept on hitting peak after peak during the '90s with "Speak Ya Clout," "Code of the Streets," "Tonz 'O' Gunz," and "You Know My Steez." And new tracks, usually the bane of any best-of collection, provide quite a few highlights here -- including "Full Clip," "Discipline" (featuring Total), and "All 4 Tha Ca$h." Also, the set compiles several notable B-sides -- "The ? Remainz," "Credit Is Due," and "You Know My Steez (Remix)" -- as well as soundtrack works like "1/2 & 1/2" (from Blade), "Gotta Get Over" (from Trespass), and "The Militia II (Remix)" (from Belly). Though Guru's monotone raps can grate over the course of two hours, Full Clip documents one of the best, most underrated hip-hop groups ever, from their jazzy beginnings into Premier's harder productions from the mid-'90s and beyond. © John Bush /TiVo
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Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 1 januari 2003 | Virgin Records

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Rock - Verschenen op 1 januari 2003 | Virgin Records

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 1 januari 2006 | Virgin Records

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 11 december 2020 | Gang Starr Enterprises LLC

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 20 september 2019 | Gang Starr Enterprises LLC

Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 26 december 2006 | Virgin Records

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 31 januari 2020 | Gang Starr Enterprises LLC

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 6 juni 1989 | Wild Pitch

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 16 april 2021 | Gang Starr Enterprises LLC

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 20 september 2019 | Gang Starr Enterprises LLC

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 18 oktober 2019 | Gang Starr Enterprises LLC

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 18 oktober 2019 | Gang Starr Enterprises LLC

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  • Gang Starr, still one of the best
    Gang Starr, still one of the best Nine years after the death of Guru, DJ Premier breathes life back into Gang Starr with previously unheard vocals from his deceased former collaborator.